Pink Floyd Package

Pink Floyd Package

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  • Chords
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  • Guitar pro files


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This new lessons package includes 10 Pink Floyd song lessons


  • Lesson 1: Is There Anybody Out There Guitar Lesson - Pink Floyd

    Is There Anybody Out There starts with some atmospheric sounds and dialogue from a couple of old American TV shows, before a few repetitions of the title phrase in a somewhat demanding tone. The second half of the song becomes a delicate classical guitar arpeggio study in the key of Am. This is a very simple song in most regards and it sounds fine using block chord fingering techniques where you just change your hand position at the end of each measure.

  • Lesson 2: Fat Old Sun Guitar Lesson - Pink Floyd

    An early Floyd classic, Fat Old Sun is a simple strummer by David Gilmour that he still plays live today. It is from their album Atom Heart Mother, known for its cover featuring a cow in a pasture with no mention of the band to be found. The song features an unusual combination of chords and the lesson touches on playing lead over chords from different keys.

  • Lesson 3: Brain Damage Guitar Lesson - Pink Floyd

    Pink Floyd had been evolving and honing their craft and sound for nearly a decade by the time they released The Dark Side Of The Moon in 1973. The chord progression features combinations of chords that clash a bit. It starts with a pair of D to G7 changes and follows with E while keeping D as the bass note. This is a perfect example of an off-balance series to set the mood for a song about insanity, or at least perceived insanity.

  • Lesson 4: Comfortably Numb Guitar Lesson - Pink Floyd

    Comfortably Numb is one of the most popular songs from Pink Floyd’s album The Wall, released in 1970. It is one of only 3 songs on the album credited to both Roger Waters and David Gilmour. This lesson concentrates on just the rhythm guitar aspects of the song. We use a single strumming pattern that is very common in slower songs. The chords are from the keys of Bm (D major) and C, and give the student a good opportunity to work on bar chords.

  • Lesson 5: Wish You Were Here Guitar Lesson - Pink Floyd

    Wish You Were Here is the title track from the 1975 release by Pink Floyd. The album was their follow-up to one of the greatest recordings in rock history, The Dark Side Of The Moon, which was released in 1973. This lesson looks at 3 different aspects of the guitar parts in Wish You Were Here; the rhythmic strumming accompaniment backing the vocals, the opening part played in the chord-melody style where a melody is picked out while strumming a couple of chords, and the single-note lead played over the chord-melody section.

  • Lesson 6: Shine On You Crazy Diamond - Pink Floyd

    This is really more of an extended suite than a song with many related movements. This comprehensive lesson contains eleven segments and breaks this complex piece into manageable sections. The suite dominated their 1975 album Wish You Were Here.

  • Lesson 7: Money Guitar Lesson - Pink Floyd

    Dark Side Of The Moon is a landmark album on many fronts and Money sets the tone with an unusual time signature, a great Roger Waters riff, and dynamic singing and guitar work from David Gilmour. The lesson also goes into thoughts on singing a song with unusual timing.

  • Lesson 8: Pigs On The Wing Guitar Lesson - Pink Floyd

    Pigs On The Wing is from Pink Floyd’s 1977 album Animals and was the opening and closing tracks on the album. It is mostly a simple strumming song but, typical of the band, there are some challenging timing problems. This short lesson also addresses the differences between Part 1 and Part 2.

  • Lesson 9: Another Brick In The Wall Guitar Lesson - Pink Floyd

    This tune is typical of many Pink Floyd songs- slow changing chords, interesting strumming patterns, and memorable leads. This short lesson focuses mostly on the rhythm guitar parts and strumming.

  • Lesson 10: Wot's The Deal Guitar Lesson - Pink Floyd

    An obscure song from an obscure album, Obscured By Clouds (1972), Wot’s The Deal is a gentle ballad that uses a descending arpeggiated chord progression before settling into a simple strummer. It is very relaxing and fun to play.